Portobelo

Address: Av. Colombia No.4 A-69, San Andres Island, SAI, Colombia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. Colombia No.4 A-69, San Andres Island.
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      Travel Blogs from San Andres Island

      Paradise in San Andres

      A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth on Apr 13, 2013

      15 photos

      ... and stayed another day. It's that great of a place! We have talked about how this little island is going to be discovered soon and how cool it would be to buy a cheap house there and start a cool B&B and give tours. Joe would do the business plan and I'd do the advertising to US tourists and it would be perfect. Just a pipe dream, but it was still fun dreaming it up. It would actually be pretty hard to live on the island, I think you'd go stir crazy, but it's most definitely worth a ...

      Erickson the Oiler provides the oil

      A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 28, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Tuesday 27th March 2012

      Caribbean Sea – near Jamaica /Cuba

      Erickson the Oiler provides the oil!

      I wonder why sometimes I’m ahead of the game?

      I wrote at the end of the last blog entry, ‘If it finds any alcohol, I hope they let us know!’ writing about the sniffer dog outside my cabin. Not long after that I went down for the evening meal and Jeremy put on the table in front of me two cans of lager. He explained that it is Erickson ...

      Me as Boat Captain, LoL

      A travel blog entry by advgal on Dec 13, 2011

      So instead of taking the panga to get back to Big Corn from Small Corn, I opted to take the slow boat owned by Don Elario. It is a red boat which transports cargo (including people) who need to get between the islands. The regular panga leaves at 1:30pm but the red boat leaves at 4pm. On Monday, it was overcast and hadn't rained all day. Like clockwork, the rain, and heavy, came just at the moment the boat pulled up to dock. Don Elario had 2 of his grandsons onboard with him. Once ...

      Rain on the Islands

      A travel blog entry by advgal on Dec 05, 2011

      So after a month in San Juan del Sur I moved to the islsnds, the Corn Islands, specifically Small Corn. After only a week I flew standby and find myself in pebbled streets of colonial Granada, enjoying the non-rainy weather. I had read somewhere online of one person referring to the week of Christmas spent st Small Corn like it felt as if they were in the North Sea. Well, I diddo that. So i cut my 5 week stay to a week. I am unsure ...

      Song and Dance

      A travel blog entry by samspurlock on Jul 11, 2011

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      This is traditional music in Miskitia and also shows you some photos of smaller villages in Miskitia!


      This next youtube video will let you hear what Miskitu sounds like and the sounds they have in their language.


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sSUfkEE e04&feature=related
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